Alice Cooper Tells Karlson & McKenzie He Could Replace "Just About Any" Lead Singer, If Needed"I could do just about any of them, I'm pretty good imitator of all of those guys," Alice told Karlson & McKenzie.
Alice Cooper Calls Axl Rose's Voice "Absolutely Perfect" for AC/DC"That might just work," Cooper said upon hearing the news.
Alice Cooper Has New Solo Album and Second Hollywood Vampires Album In The WorksThere ain't no rest for the wicked.
Alice Cooper On Guns 'N Roses Reunion: Where's Izzy?"I'm just wondering why isn't Izzy in there?"
Alice Cooper Announces 2016 Tour DatesThe tour kicks off on April 29th in Biloxi, MS.
Tendinitis Sidelines Tommy Lee At Mötley Crüe ShowLee was sidelined during last night's show at the First Niagara Center in upstate New York because of crippling pain in his wrists.
Alice Cooper Lends His Voice To Modern Day "Peter And The Wolf" Children's Audio BookPeter and the Wolf in Hollywood is based on the original tale by Sergei Prokofiev, but with the twist of being set in modern day Los Angeles.
K&M Talk with Alice CooperKarlson & McKenzie had Alice Cooper on this morning to talk about his new band with Johnny Depp and Joe Perry called The Hollywood Vampires.
Hollywood Vampires Alice Cooper and Joe Perry on Their Haunted House EncounterAlice Cooper and Joe Perry of Aerosmith have a new band, the Hollywood Vampires; in this interview they talk about how they first met.
Joe Perry, Alice Cooper Contemplate Hollywood Vampires ShowsAlice Cooper and Joe Perry say that their band, the Hollywood Vampires, may go on tour at some point.
The Hollywood Vampires Supergroup First Live Shows and Album TeaserThe supergroup formed by Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry is definitely a thing now. They'll play their first live shows next month, plus see a teaser for their debut album.
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: March 26 in Classic Rock HistoryHappy birthday to Steven Tyler! The manic singer performed with Joe Perry in 2004 in a tribute to the Blues at Radio City Music Hall. A movie was made; what was its title?